Holed up in his parents’ North Van basement suite and weighing 105 pounds, Hill’s unsteady ascent of the stairs to the kitchen that day in 1994 represented his own personal Everest. His message from the top was simple and Rob’s mom, Cheryl, will never forget it.
He said, ‘I think I’m dying, recalls Cheryl.
Next month, Rob Hill sets off for another tough climb. This time he’s heading for Nepal to climb Mount Everest in May.
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